National Adult Day Services Week is September 15-21, 2019 Celebrating ADS – Voice, Vision and Value. This special week has been celebrated annually since it was proclaimed on September 27, 1983, by former President Ronald Reagan. The third complete week of September is set aside to raise awareness of the availability and accessibility of adult day programs nationwide. NADSA is the only national association devoted exclusively to professionals in the Adult Day Services arena.Whether you are part of Center staff, a nonprofit executive in the Adult Day Services industry, a researcher, or simply an advocate, NADSA has something for you.
RESOURCE LIBRARY - Webinar Presentations (recorded), Sample Policies and Procedures from colleagues, Advocacy Toolkit, State Association Toolkit, National Adult Day Services Week Toolkit; VOTE ON LEADERSHIP - Vote! Exercise your right to vote for the volunteers who serve as the Board of Directors and learn more about the active committees that. Sep 13, 2015 · What are adult day services? Accor ding the the National Adult Day Services Association. Adult day services is a professional care setting in which older adults, adults living with dementia, or adults living with disabilities receive individualized therapeutic, social, and health services for some part of the day.
Sep 03, 2010 · In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed the third week of September as National Adult Day Services Week. The week offers an opportunity to educate the public about their services and benefits to older Americans. Adult day services began in the 1960s as a health-care service. In 1978, there were just 300 centers nationwide. The third week of September each year, National Adult Day Services Week is focused on raising awareness of the availability and accessibility of adult day programs and educating the public on the.